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    Dear Sara,
    Do they have internships at your school? I had a staff made up of paid stduents much of the time, who worked for me at the university. Some of the were theatre students, but many of them came from different departments and the only real requirement was that they could sew or do other work that I needed to have done. My most interesting intern was a guy who was a U. S. Marine and was going to school as part of officer training of some sort. He interned with me and he was afraid of the sewing machines! I had been informed by the chairman of my department that I would be hiring him regardless, and I am truly glad I did, becasue he eventually was able to sew a little and came in handy in a hundred other ways.
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    A'isha
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    No, you just get a jon. Like now I'm at college, and I work in a shoe shop and a bar and that's without me needed to pay fee's or owt. Lol.

    What degree's did you all get?

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    Dear Sara,
    Master's in Public Administration. Thesis was on a comparison and contrast of Sunni Islamic and Western ( Christian) law as it is interpreted in several different locations. I mainly just got it to prove I could and I do not really put it on my dance resume or anything, though Shakira in Ohio thinks I should. I honestly think it was way too easy and if it is typical of most master's programs, then they are practically a joke in educational necessities.
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    BS in agronomy, plant breeding and soil science with grad work in range ecology. I am now a certified legal assistant, which required an extra three semesters of legal and paralegal classes and a grueling two day national exam.

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    Wow, really strange degree's. I don't think I've even heard of those.

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    Agriculture.

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    Lol- fairy snuff. Heard of that.

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    Fairy snuff????? I think we are being separated by a common language again, Sara.

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    My friend used to say "Fair enough. I am a fairy and my name is Nuff. Fairy Nuff".

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    I thought fairy snuff was some kind of chew tobacco favored by cowboy pixies.

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